Ragwort, Riding on, 246.
"The Witch-cult in Western Europe" by Margaret Alice Murray
PURPLE GROUNDSEL, or RAGWORT.
"The Botanical Magazine Vol. 7" by William Curtis
Bluebells and golden ragwort fringed the hedge-rows.
"Days Off" by Henry Van Dyke
The sheaf of golden ragwort will be like a wand, and you'll still have the spell of fairyland in your face.
"The Head Girl at the Gables" by Angela Brazil
They sat down on the sour stony land among the ragwort and teazles and feverfew.
"Guy and Pauline" by Compton Mackenzie
The stems of the Ragwort are sometimes white and woolly, and they are covered all over with deep ridges.
"Flowers Shown to the Children" by C. E. Smith
He was in the act of rising to examine the spot, but he sank down directly, ducking his head behind a great tuft of ragwort.
"Yule Logs" by Various